One Entangled Evening

Last month I had the honor of performing with Caltech physicist John Preskill at One Entangled Evening–a show celebrating the future of quantum computing. Nobel laureates, billionaires, sparkly dresses–what more could you want? WATCH HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SHOW Oh, plus there was ...
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Set Your DVRs, Part III

Catch Gia on True Detective on June 21 at 9PM only on HBO! This blog is not a behind the scenes look at one of the most incredible television series ever made. I have no dressing room photos of a certain handsome Irishman, ...
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Set Your DVRs, Part II

Catch Gia on Impress Me on April 22 and 29 at 10:30/9:30c only on PopTV! How I came to be part of the cast of Impress Me is a true LA story. I first learned about the show because my old buddy, ...
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Set Your DVRs

Mark your calendars for Monday, January 12th. The mid-season premiere (and my episode) of Castle airs at 10:00/9:00 Central. Celebrate with me by playing the Castle Drinking Game. Wanna have even more fun? Watch the trailer below and try to spot me. Share your guesses ...
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Gia Mora Singer

Pre-order “Gia Mora Sings Charlie Barnett”

When I wasn't in rehearsal or performing at the Kennedy Center this winter, I was in the studio with Charlie. Time sort of stops inside those soundproofed rooms, especially when singing Charlie's music. His compositions sound like they're the freshest ...
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Uncommon Chaos is Here!

Welcome to sunny California where the birds are chirping in the trees, the ducks are frolicking in the river, and Debbie and Marvin--the first two chaotic creatures you'll meet--are having a cookout. What could possibly go wrong? Next week, you'll meet ...
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Pinup Princess

Some days are good hair days; today was one of them. The delightful and talented Richard Cartwright invited me to his studio to play around for the day, and his protege Jace Downs and I had so much fun playing ...
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Uncommon Chaos

Coming soon: a new sketch show from Jason Lott and Gia Mora. Here is our manifesto. Mathematical Proof for Comedy GIVEN The arrow of time moves forward. GIVEN As time increases, so does chaos. GIVEN Tragedy is the human experience ...
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